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11/07/2016 Suzi Wesson & Doug Balfour - Live at Relish Central East Free

When singer Suzi Wesson and piano player Doug Balfour get together, the result is never predictable - not unlike Suzi and Doug themselves! Old friends who have found each other again after nearly 30 years apart, they showcase jazz, blues, C&W, swing and boogie-woogie, as well as their original material. Joined by stalwart bassist Bob Hewus, they plan an evening of songs you've heard before, songs you've never heard of, and songs you wish you could hear again and again. Settle in for a delicious evening of tapas and tunes. A night you will most definitely Relish!
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